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The Homestead is really a historic home found at Waccabuc, Westchester County, New You are able to. It’s five adding structures and something adding structure. The primary house, referred to as Homestead, was built between 1820 and 1822 within the Federal style through the in your area prominent Mead family. It features a four bay wide primary block having a three bay ell. The frame building sits on the cut stone foundation. Also around the rentals are a 19th-century barn, four room cottage, tool shed (c. 1900), chicken house (c. 1900), and well house. The Mead family built the individually listed Mead Memorial Chapel.
It had been put into the nation’s Register of Historic Places in 2001.